Daniel Klenow, Ph.D.
- Assessment of emergency management education and training outcomes
- Mass fatality management
- Integrating the empirical and theoretical base of emergency management as discipline and field of practice
- Special populations and disaster with emphasis on older population segments
- Career patterns and decision-making processes that lead to selecting emergency management as a career choice
George Youngs, Ph.D.
- Quasi-longitudinal examination of a flood's impact on resource loss and gain in the context of the Conservation of Resource Model
- An examination of the impact of resourcce loss and gain on stress and post-traumatic growth
- The use of design maps as a pedagogical approach to teaching research designs in emergency management
- The use of design maps as a framework for constructing mixed-methods
Jessica Jensen, Ph.D.
- Development of emergency management as an academic discipline (including its disciplinary nature, core concepts, theory, and curriculum)
- Synthesis of the findings related to hazards, vulnerability, and associated events from the various academic disciplines conducting research on these topics
- Integration of the aforementioned findings into the discipline of emergency management
- Measurement of effectiveness and efficiency in preparedness for, response to, and recovery from hazard events
- Learning in emergency management (e.g., after-action evaluations)
- Bureaucratization in emergency management (e.g., National Incident Management System, Incident Command System)